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Feb 27, 2014 7:00pm PST
a bank of america. it turned out to be an fbi sting. they provide the vehicle and the bomb. he was mentally ill. he had plenty of the opportunity to stop participating in the phoney plot. >> a -- stored images from millions of yahoo web cam users. why so many people call it a violation. >> reporter: the web cam is an important way of how people commute and some user told us they weren't worried a -- >> a camera inside your own house. who can say who's watching who? >> according to reports based on documents leaked by nsa contractor edward snowden, they collected web cam videos. it was part of a program called optic nerve which tested face recognition software to see if it could distinguish suspected terrorist. >> it's typical and that's that surviolence is allowed no the u.k. >> i've been to london many times and you'll go throughout the city and there'll be cameras everywhere. >> yahoo called it a whole new level of a violation of users privacy. it was known to take random pictures of the users not suspected of wrong doing. but they said that's because of the way face recognition
KICU
Mar 5, 2014 7:00pm PST
. >> i felt that it merited a suspension without pay until it is resolved. >> retired fbi agent rick smith worked closely with the attorney who knows photo criminal procedures as well. >> the investigation is not conducted unless they feel there's enough predication to make progress and prosecute these cops. so i think it is serious. >> one less thing sergeant said was, i've always been honest and always will be. >>> lynne spalding was found dead in the stairwell at san francisco general hospital. the 57-year-old woman's body was discovered in october, 17 days after she was first reported missing from her hospital bed. the family's attorney filed a claim with the city. it's a first step toward a full- fledged lawsuit. allegation allow spalding's family to seek damages be on the 250,000-dollar medical malpractice cap. >> it allows the family, the estate, her children to recover for her emotional distress which usually dies when a person dies. >> the attorney also says the hospital failed to provide a safe atmosphere for patients. >>> two men including one from the bay area are now awa
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